I'm happy to say that most of the questions I had from Endgame did get answered here. I don't necessarily believe that it deserved 92%...I'd have been more inclined to the mid to high 80s myself, I still had a great time and it was an appropriate transition from what came before.
The effects when Peter was doing Spider Man things outside the suit were really obviously wired. That didn't seem necessary. The first part of Avengers: Age of Ultron is an anime with models of the real people so it's clear they could've done something better there.
Samuel L. Jackson's portrayal of Fury was...uninspired. I GUESS there's an argument for it conveyed in the movie but I don't buy it. I felt like he phoned it in which was kind of sad considering. Maybe he was exhausted from laying it all out in Shaft.
Beyond that, I can't say I had any credible complaints. The funny parts were hilarious. I liked the chaperone teachers. Their lines were ridiculous. Happy was amazing and there were plenty of emotionally stirring parts that I thought were perfectly suited.
There's not much more I can say without diving into spoiler territory. The post credit scenes were intense but considering this is the last Marvel movie of the year, that's a long time to speculate on what's going to happen.
I would say that Spider Man Far From Home was a solid addition to the MCU and a great way to start off the next 'series' of films. I'm sad this is the last one until...whenever, mostly because I feel like they've raised a lot of great questions. They've done what I think a good series should do...which is make people want to know what's next.
My rating for Spider Man is 4.25 out of 5.